A snow route parking ban on all collector roads goes into effect for Sherwood Park at 12 p.m. on Sunday (Jan.28).
 
This applies to all collector roads containing permanent snow route signs and does not include local residential streets. The public is being asked to move vehicles from the street, to allow for snow removal.
 
Once the snow is removed, you're allowed to park back on the road.
 
Any vehicles on collector roads during the ban will be towed and it comes with a $250 ticket.
 
For a complete list of snow routes in Sherwood Park visit their website.
 
After the 20 cm of snow that landed on Friday, multiple cities/towns are in cleanup mode.

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